It is used to define the measurement of scale in a well-defined range with a frictional value. It is also known as a gauge. It is used in Disk use, relevance query result, etc.
<meter attributes...> </meter>
Attributes: This tag contains many attributes which are listed below:
- form: It belongs to one or more forms that it belongs too.
- max: It is used to specify the maximum value of a range.
- min: It is used to specify the minimum value of a range.
- high: It is used to specify the range considered to be a high value.
- low: It is used to specify the range value that is considered to be low.
- Optimum: It is used to specify the optimum value for the range.
- value: It is used to specify the required or actual value of the range.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by <meter> tag are listed below:
- Google Chrome 8.0
- Internet Explorer 13.0
- Firefox 6.0
- Opera 11.0
- Safari 6.0
Important Note : The meter tag should not be used to indicate progress (as in a progress bar). For progress bars, use the progress tag.
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